The restaurant’s massive wood-burning oven is, rightfully, the star of the show.
Don’t let the somber scene outside your window fool you; summer is fewer than ten days away! And what better way to celebrate the season’s coming arrival than to throwback to the sunny days of 2006, when our Spring issue featured a look into Greenport’s buzzing restaurant scene? Nothing says summer like Greenport.
The staff that eats together, stays together.
A dedication to excellence and all things local drives two couples at one of the East End’s best restaurants.
What was once a temple of sustainable seafood with hundreds of rules is now a family-friendly eatery that Jacobs plans to keep open for lunch and dinner seven days a week year round.
The damage was immediate, but will also create problems for years to come. The flood ruined fields that had just been prepped to plant cover crops, and fields that grew in low-lying areas like their strawberries and turnips.
A restaurant expands westward to offer up the sea.
Fixed price dinner specials abound in the winter.